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- All prices are in USD and paid in USD.
- Included calls are for USA destinations (NPA-NXX-YYYY) or 800 numbers worldwide.
- Provide us international numbers and we will rate your test calling rates.
Hammer /Call Loading
- 5000 minutes = 250 calls (C) for 20 minutes (M) or 500 calls for 10 minutes or… It’s simply C * M = 5000 C-M.
- $395 per session is for attended testing from 6 a.m. to 10 p. m. our time in Richmond, VA.
- Overnight tests can be pre-tested in a small test and scheduled for full load as an unattended at the same price.
- $695 per session if attended testing is required outside of the above hours.
Hammer Test Parameters
- We can generate as many as 500 calls at the same time and for as many calls as desired without major setup.
- We can space calls from 10ms to 1 second apart and stay connected (ramp up)
- We can call in chunks of say 50 calls, then 50 more for 100 concurrent calls, then 50 more for 150 concurrent calls.
- Click here for the details of the test.
- Calls to one USA or any 800 (8xx) telephone number. Monitoring International numbers is priced at 10% over our very low cost.
- All monitoring includes a $91/mo base charge and a one-time $100 setup fee.
- Cost per telephone number monitored;
- $20/mo if called every 10 minutes.
- $8/mo if called every 60 minutes.
- $5/mo if called every 1440 minutes. (Once a day)
- No term agreement exist. Cancel at any time.
We can perform any calling test you can imagine that is scientifically real and legal. It’s easier to just tell us what you want in an email and assume we can do it. This will become a performance agreement before you pay us.
Test Calling Sources
When we test, PSTN calls originate from
- Denver Colorado on a variety of carriers (default high call volume source)
- Washington DC or NYC on Level3
- Richmond, VA on Comcast, Level3, Verizon or Windstream.
The call path may be subject to the telecom industry standard 12 midnight to 6am network maintenance windows. During these times, carrier maintenance may make test calls fail. Sometimes, carrier maintenance is actually the issue we find with monitoring! We choose to first detect it then maybe adjust the tests to not fail the test. For instance, we may monitor you on two separate 800 numbers taking two separate paths into your PBX. Maintenance would cause the test to fail to VoIP trunk A and thus you are alerted but from the call reports sent, you see your PBX answered the test call to VoIP trunk B. From this you could point the finger at the carrier and not your PBX. The carrier says their is nothing they can do. So, you adjust both 800 numbers to round robin terminate calls between to VoIP trunks A, then B. Now your system is more fault tolerant.